UX DESIGN AND PROTOTYPING

We make complex functionality apps simple, and simple user interfaces engaging.

UI/UX DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION PRINCIPLES AT JAGS TECHNOLOGIES

With years of experience in the trenches, working with a variety of business domains and solution types, Jags Technologies has elaborated on core principles of UI design and implementation that enable us to perfectly combine solution usability and functionality with quality of implementation. We consistently assure the following UI / UX design attributes of every delivered solution:
  • Alignment of business goals and end-user needs
  • Accessibility and ease-of-use
  • User efforts optimization
  • Cross-platform compatibility
  • Consistency and learnability
  • User productivity and minimum task completion time

WIREFRAMING AND PROTOTYPING

WIREFRAMES

GRAPHIC MOCKUPS

CLICKABLE PROTOTYPES

PROOF-OF-CONCEPT

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Wireframes

Jags Technologies utilizes wireframing as a basic technique to reduce the cost and risk involved in developing complex interactive systems. We follow a rapid iterative refinement approach, acquiring essential feedback early in the process and bringing focus to objectives, scenarios and intended functionality with increasing levels of fidelity.

Graphic Mockups

Our graphic designers start the iterative process of mocking-up visual page designs to finally come up with thoughtfully conceived, beautifully executed user interfaces that truly work.

At this stage, moodboards with examples of color palettes, texture and typography are utilized to define customer’s aesthetics preferences and design directions.

Clickable Prototypes

The clickable prototypes delivered by Jags Technologies enable users to quickly test simple elements or complex behaviors, interacting with the prototype as they would with the end product.

Requiring little time and effort, these prototypes allow for identifying opportunities for improvement, driving adoption, productivity, user satisfaction and profitability of the final solution.

Proof-of-Concept

A proof-of-concept (POC) touches on all levels of the system implementation, requiring, besides UI prototyping, engagement of software engineers for development of a specific slice of functionality.

Project teams at Jags Technologies produce POCs rapidly and efficiently, providing our customers with alpha products for evaluation and validation with all stakeholders prior to hand off for production development.

END-TO-END, CONCEPT-TO-USER PRODUCTIVITY, PROTOTYPE-TO-PRODUCTION

We take a highly transparent iterative approach to the user-centered design processes, starting with a thorough examination of use cases and customer’s aesthetic preferences and incorporating testing activities early in the UI prototyping stage. At the development stage the Jags Technologies goal is to deliver functional interfaces as early as possible to leave enough space for possible changes and improvements. Below are the tools and methods we apply to ensure seamless, fluid, relevant and engaging experiences for end users:
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ITERACTIVE UI AND USABILITY TESTING

CROSS-FUNCTIONAL TEAMS

At Jags Technologies UI / UX designers work in close collaboration with business analysts, developers, usability testers and product managers, deeply integrating solution design into broader development tasks and processes to get a 360° view of your project.

INFORMATION ARCHITECT

Determines the way people will navigate and use the content through conceptual modeling, information system design, navigation and interaction scenario design.

SOFTWARE ENGINEER

Puts to work compelling presentation layers to websites, native and cross-platform mobile solutions and complex architecture portal systems.

BUSINESS ANALYST

Сreates the foundation for successful user experiences through thorough research, feedback examination and analysis of use cases and business objectives.

QA ENGINEER

Ensures usability goals are met, and the delivered solution produces a cohesive, predictable, and desirable effect on the target audience.

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